NEW YORK -- Cub Foods is already getting positive results from the first phase of a reset of all food and nonfood categories using computerized shelf-space management. The program, which began in the spring of last year, involves only the 55 corporate stores of the 109-store chain, a division of Supervalu, Minneapolis. Almost one-third of the categories have been reset, with the balance scheduled to be completed in 18 to 24 months. Resets are proceeding at the rate of one or two categories a ...

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